HP's largest ever notebook, the Pavilion HDX Entertainment notebook with a 20.1-inch widescreen display has landed in our labs with a resounding thud that only 7kg of sleek metal and plastic will have. Find out more about this giant notebook in our preview.
Foxconn's P35A is in all ways an introductory budget offering based on the new Intel P35 chipset. However, it does come with a full set of features that includes dual PCIe x16 slots for CrossFire capabilities, an unusual implementation for a low-end board no doubt. Check out our preview right here.
If you still have some cash left after the first few days of the Great Singapore Sale, why not head on down to PC Show 2007 at Suntec City to cash in on some of the best IT bargains in town? Here's some of the good stuff that we found at the show floor.
The latest ASUS P5K Deluxe motherboard combines everything that made the P5B Deluxe a classic with updated design elements and a new chipset that is set to take the Intel platform into the future. Read the full review right here and see why we love the P5K Deluxe so much.
The Nokia E61i follow the original E61 with pretty much the same looks but its edge has been sharpened up to make mobility easier for you.
The LOTIS PMO 12GB packs a punch when it comes to mass storage in a matchbox. Its price however might be a stumbling block to some.
Slotted within the Great Singapore Sale, the PC Show 2007 is the place to be for mid-year IT bargains. If you are eyeing to swap some old stuff for new ones, this is it! And there's no better place to check out the bargains in the comfort of your home than here at www.hardwarezone.com.
MSI was in town to promote its latest offerings, spanning across its major product lines of mainboard, graphics and notebooks. Featuring newly released platforms like Intel's 3 series and Santa Rosa, this was a quick refresher of the latest technologies. Read on to find out what's new and hot.
The Intel P35 has seen a pretty quiet launch with retail boards already in store shelves. The MSI P35 Platinum is one of the few early products to hit the market that will still be based on DDR2 memory, but MSI does manage to implement some interesting ideas and bag themselves a winner.
The GeForce 8600 GTS failed to wow us in the price-performance department but how would the other members in the cohort fare in our labs? We put the other mainstream GeForce 8 cards to test and here's our experience.